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Frederick Faraday and Elsie Jansen Reinert papers, 1915-1974

Reinert, Frederick Faraday, b. 1900 d. 1974
Painter, Illustrator, Watercolorist
Active in N.Y.

Reinert, Elsie Jansen

Active in Essex,Mass.

Collection size: 368 items (partially microfilmed on 1 reel)

Collection Summary: Letters, photographs, sketches, sketchbooks, printed material, and biographical material.

UNMICROFILMED: Frederick Faraday Reinert material consisting of correspondence; 2 letters from Oliver Larkin; 12 snapshots of paintings by George Post, 1 photograph of Bruce Rogers and other photographs; biographical material including diplomas and certificates; folios of art work done as a student at the Pratt Institute, drawings, sketches, and sketchbooks; reproductions of his illustrations; exhibition catalogs and other printed material.

REEL 3470: An illustrated letter from Francis E. Getty to his neice, Elsie Jansen Reinert, thanking her for her letters and drawings which have cheered him during his illness; and a pencil landscape drawing by Getty.

ADDITION: One clipping: two letters from Francis Getty to Thomas Jansen and one letter from Jansen to Forbes Getty.

Biographical/Historical Note: Artist, illustrator; Massachusetts.

Donated by Elsie Jansen Reinert, the widow of Frederick Faraday Reinert, 1975-1984.

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